Category:Microkernel-based operating systems

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A microkernel is a minimal computer operating system kernel which, in its purest form, provides no operating system services at all, only the mechanisms needed to implement such services, such as low-level address space management, thread management, and inter-process communication (IPC).

P.S. This category is about systems built over microkernels, if you're looking for kinds of microkernel, see Category:Microkernels